The movie "Ghosted" is a romantic comedy that follows the story of two strangers, Sadie Rhodes and Cole Turner, who meet by chance. Sadie is grieving the death of her co-worker and decides to drive to the mountains to process her emotions. On the other hand, Cole works at a farmer's market and is heartbroken after being dumped by his ex-girlfriend. When Sadie meets Cole at the market to buy a plant, he mistakenly assumes that she is emotionally unavailable and refuses to sell her the plant. Later, he apologizes and they spend a day together, sharing their life experiences and connecting over their differences. After spending the night together, Cole becomes clingy and sends Sadie several texts, hoping for a response. However, Sadie ghosts him, and he realizes that he left his inhaler with her. He uses the inhaler's tracking device to find out that Sadie is in London and travels there to meet her. Upon reaching London, he is tasered by three men and wakes up in a cave-like place, where Borislov demands a passcode from him. Distressed and clueless, Cole repeats that he came to London to meet a girl. Sadie breaks open the door and saves Cole, but he finds out that she is a CIA agent and not an art curator as she had claimed before. As they try to escape, they end up in Pakistan, where they face numerous challenges, including ruthless enemies and dangerous mountain passes. Cole's perception of Sadie changes as he witnesses her ruthlessly killing their enemies. Meanwhile, the men in charge consider Cole to be a taxman and try to locate him. In the end, Sadie and Cole make it out alive, but Cole realizes that he can't be with a woman who kills without remorse. "Ghosted" is a movie that highlights the challenges that people face when trying to connect with others. The film explores the theme of emotional availability, with Cole assuming that Sadie is emotionally unavailable and refusing to sell her a plant. The movie also shows how grief can affect people differently, with Sadie driving to the mountains to process her emotions. The movie also explores the theme of desperation in relationships, with Cole becoming clingy and sending Sadie several texts after their night together. This behavior is not well received by Sadie, who chooses to ghost him. The film shows the negative consequences of being too needy in a relationship. "Ghosted" also highlights the theme of perception, with Cole's perception of Sadie changing after witnessing her ruthless killing of their enemies. The film shows how perception can be influenced by one's experiences, and how it can change one's opinion of others. Overall, "Ghosted" is a movie that combines romance, comedy, and action, making it an entertaining and thought-provoking watch. The film's themes of emotional availability, desperation, and perception make it relatable and engaging, while the stellar performances of Ana de Armas and Chris Evans bring the characters to life.